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Land for sale in Encino Texas

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$2,057,000 935 acres
Encino, TX 78353 - Brooks County

935 acres Encino, TX

Location - 12 miles west of Encino, TX near the tiny community of Tacubaya. Located at the end of County Road 312, this ranch is a little slice of South Texas heaven. Split by open native mott country and dense South Texas brush one can take advantage of all South Texas has to offer. This is a minimally improved piece of property that offers a great opportunity for one to develop their ranch just as they like. There is one water well on the ranch that is operated by a submersible pump, good electricity access, and good water availability. Ranch Entrance - The main entrance to the ranch is off County Road 312, an all-weather caliche road. Road Frontage - The ranch fronts County Road 312 for 0.75 miles on the property's east boundary.
Dan W. Kinsel III Dan W. Kinsel III Ranch Broker, LLC
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$372,000 162 acres
510 County Road 304, Encino, TX 78353 - Brooks County

What You Have Been Waiting For!

Wonderful property, perfect for hunting deer, pigs, turkeys, quail. The property has a water well and electricity. The branch has a combination of clear land and brush.
David Garcia Home Experts Realty
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$199,000 65 acres
Encino, TX 78353 - Brooks County

Hunting Property

Nice hunting ranchito, only 45 minutes north of McAllen, nice heavy brush with spotted open pastures, deer, hogs, turkey. Needs fencing on west side of property, no electric, no water, no minerals.
Henry Cantu Lobo Real Estate
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$429,999 123 acres 1 Bath | 192 sqft
FM 755, Encino, TX 78353 - Brooks County

Perfect Retreat

123 acres of pristine hunting and retreat land. Dove, quail, turkey, deer, Javilina and hogs. Electricity present in 2 locations. Water well with irrigation. Custom built hunting cabin 12 feet off the ground with large deck surrounding the cabin. RV/Trailer hookups under cabin. Cabin has small refrigerator, granite counter, toilet and shower with instant hot water heater and residential septic system. The structure is overbuilt with stainless screws and multiple layers of insulation and is cooled by dual in wall a/c units. Downstairs there is an outdoor kitchen and 20 foot storage shipping container. Shooting range with steel targets out to 1000 yards. Backing up to El Coyote ranch south of FM 755 eliminates immigrant traffic. Minutes to Tr
Adam Smith
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$624,480 208.15 acres
0 Las Cuatas, Encino, TX 78353 - Brooks County

208.15 acres Encino, TX

Completely fenced 208.15ac with ponds(lakes 5-10 acres during wet years), hunting, cattle ranching/grazing, windmills, wildlife - native whitetail deer, javelinas, feral hogs, wild turkey, dove, quail, migratory ducks, squirrels, cotton tails, bobcats, coyotes - numbers vary. Possible timber & firewood revenue, as well as grazing and hunting. North half is covered by mostly thick Live Oak mott w hundreds of beautiful native Live Oaks, some over 100 years old. Southern half is open range land with mesquite trees & live oaks. Owner says he has hunted ducks on the ponds during wet years, and gas caught 5lb bass & other fish when full. Overflow from upstream reservoir and natural fish egg transfer by water fowl populate the ponds with fish. Ol
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$56,900 20.34 acres
0 US Highway 281, Encino, TX 78353 - Brooks County

20.34 acres Encino, TX

20.34ac with Expr 281 frontage, affordably priced mixed brush and pasture land that has good bird hunting all around. Property can be used for agriculture, residential, or hunting. Has metal entry gate; Majority is fenced. Near the intersection of HWY 281 and Las Cuatas RD - County waterlines are nearby - Encino is only 45 minutes from the Rio Grande Valley and only 15 minutes from Falfurrias - Pasture land consists of coastal grass and can be grazed or bailed - Good native south Texas brush mixed with some live oak trees on the western back side - Can be hunted for whitetail but would be best suited for game birds and turkey.